Advantages of Auditing a Binance Smart Chain Project with QuillAudits
With a strong team of developers and industry auditors to audit BSC smart contracts, we ensure the process leaves a mark of excellence with significant outcomes.
BSC uses a unique Proof of Staked Authority (PoSA) consensus algorithm that empowers it to create new blocks every three seconds. Our audits will ensure a smooth and accelerated development and deployment of your project on the Binance Smart Chain.
Key Benefits of Binance Smart Chain Auditing
risks and vulnerabilities
Your BSC smart contract project will undergo rigorous tests to find out any possible vulnerabilities or errors. This process will reveal the loopholes and risks associated with your smart contract.
A BSC smart contract audit can help you get better insights into whether your smart contract is well optimized to handle the target audience.
Frequent Smart Contract Attacks
To make your smart contract system immune to future attacks, it is imperative to be aware of existing attacks. SWC registry presents an exhaustive list of all familiar smart contract vulnerabilities along with the solutions to tackle them.
Unencrypted Private Data On-Chain
Code With No Effects
Message call with the hardcoded gas amount
Hash Collisions With Multiple Variable Length Arguments
Unexpected Ether balance
Presence of unused variables
Our Agile methodology to Audit a BSC Smart Contract
We carry out the BSC smart contract audit in the following phases:
Our in-house auditors will get a gist of the BSC architecture with your development team to achieve a holistic overview of the project. It helps us get a clear and concise definition of the project and then we design a robust approach to planning its execution.
In this step, we rely upon our in-house automated analysis tools to perform the qualitative analysis which isn’t possible manually.
Manually performing the qualitative data analysis on the codes to ensure there is no code redundancy and cloning.
At this stage, we lookout for possible vulnerabilities such as gas-limit issues, re-entrancy, timestamp dependencies, and many others. Having a systematic review of these weaknesses is essential to assign severity levels to those security issues, and hence mitigate them.
After performing all the above steps successfully, our auditors will provide a compilation of all the findings. If there are any fixes to the code, it is done by the developers and again the report is turned up for final review by the auditors.